21 September 2016

Free Preview: Breaking Orbit, vol 1 of the Titan Run Trilogy

What follows is an excerpt from the opening chapters of my upcoming Sci Fi Novel, "Breaking Orbit, vol1 of the Titan Run Trilogy" 

Please read, share, and keep an eye on this site and my social media for when the book becomes available -- later this Fall, in both eBook and Paperback!

Breaking Orbit

Excerpt from vol1 of the Titan Run Trilogy

One

She gasped for oxygen but drew only hydrocarbons and carbon dioxide into her lungs, the cold and toxic mixture preserving her flesh while taking her life. She could not hear her team leader shouting at her over the alert channel.
"Hit your Panic Button! Marcie, your Panic Button!" Hugh sucked down his own precious oxygen as he yelled and stumbled over the uneven Martian mountainside, desperate to reach Marcie before it was too late. He fumbled with the flap on the pocket that held his repair kit for the roll of tape that might save her life, fighting back the voice in his head that told him it did not matter how fast he moved; he was already too late.

"The Titan Run volume 1: Breaking Orbit" Free Preview

What follows is an excerpt from the opening chapters of my upcoming Sci Fi Novel, "The Titan Run vol. 1, Breaking Orbit." 
Please read, share, and keep an eye on this site and my social media for when the book becomes available -- later this Fall, in both eBook and Paperback!


The Titan Run vol. 1

Breaking Orbit

Excerpt

One

She gasped for oxygen but drew only hydrocarbons and carbon dioxide into her lungs, the cold and toxic mixture preserving her flesh while taking her life. She could not hear her team leader shouting at her over the alert channel.
"Hit your Panic Button! Marcie, your Panic Button!" Hugh sucked down his own precious oxygen as he yelled and stumbled over the uneven Martian mountainside, desperate to reach Marcie before it was too late. He fumbled with the flap on the pocket that held his repair kit for the roll of tape that might save her life, fighting back the voice in his head that told him it did not matter how fast he moved; he was already too late.

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